2,200 Candela LEDs

May 11, 2006
Endura Bright Series MR-16 lamps use the highest output LEDs available.

The lamps are pin-for-pin compatible with current MR-16 tungsten halogens and thus are replacements for existing bulbs. Their high reliability, low heat, good energy efficiency, and long life gives designers new lighting alternatives in applications where halogens are not feasible or practical, such as transportation and industrial lighting. MR-16 lamps feature highoutput LEDs that generate up to 120 lumens of light. This provides over 2,200 candela of light with a beam spread of 10°. The lamps come in a variety of colors, including white, warm white, red, amber, green, cyan, and blue. They also feature an optical lens to direct light and thermal heat sinks to handle indoor or outdoor temperatures (20 to 50°C).

Opto Technology Inc., 160 E. Marquardt Dr., Wheeling, IL 60090, (847) 537-4277, optotech.com

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